Zee Locker 1.0
Simple method of protecting personal data
Zee Locker is simple to use, since it can turn the selected file or folder hidden. Once you enable the Hidden attribute for a file or a folder, you cannot view it at its known location and you cannot reverse the action without the proper instruments. Zee Locker allows you to view all the files and the folders you store on your computer, regardless if they are hidden or not.
Simply select the desired object then let the software encrypt it and hide away from unauthorised view or use. No one can view the hidden files/folder, not even the person who locked them. The software can easily recognize the current logged in user and function according to the preset options. Thus, it can easily recognize which files are hidden and allows you to select them in case you wish to unlock them.
Password protected program
Once you have locked a file or a folder, only Zee Locker can reverse the action and make them accessible again. This is why the software prompts you to choose a master password in order to restrict the access to its interface. The master password is strong and difficult to override, which makes it suitable to protect the path to your private files/folders.
You need to enter the password in order to open the software, but you can easily change it from the Control Panel menu within Zee Locker. Once you opened the software, you have full access to locking or unlocking any file/folder.
Reliable security tool
Zee Locker represents a simple solution to locking file or folders in order to protect them from being viewed or accessed. It is lightweight and it does not use complicated algorithms in order to encrypt files or folders. Instead it applies an easy, yet effective protection method, in order to secure your private data from prying eyes.
Reviewed by Elizabeta Virlan on July 31st, 2014
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Application descriptionZee Locker is a lightweight and handy tool that enables you to lock or unlock files and folders, in order to keep them...